James Poniewozik and Manohla Dargis talk about “Twin Peaks: The Return,” which was much more than a simple sequel series.
In its third report since President Trump took office, the International Atomic Energy Agency said Iran was well within the limits of the nuclear agreement.
People who were turned back at airports in January are to get a letter from the government and a fair chance to reapply for entry.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has collected nearly $12 billion for 29 million consumers in refunds and canceled debts. Will it be defanged?
Maria Sharapova entered the United States Open as a long shot, but a few wins and a few upsets changed everything. That is making some people uneasy.
After rain suspended or postponed all but nine matches on Tuesday, Wednesday’s schedule is bursting with 87 matches. Stay here for live updates.
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As my son’s limitations became clearer, I found it harder every year to write a vision statement for his I.E.P. Then he showed us how.
An administration official refused to say what, if anything, the government would do to encourage people to sign up for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act.
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